Which wild animals carry the COVID-19 virus? An ambitious U.S. project aims to find out
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Scientists test bighorn sheep, bears, moose, rats, and dozens of other species to track how SARS-CoV-2 moves between humans and wildlife ..read more
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A scientist is likely to win Mexico’s presidency. Not all researchers are rejoicing
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Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo would be first researcher to lead the country, but critics worry she’ll be as hostile to science as her predecessor ..read more
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Es probable que una científica gane la presidencia de México. No todos los investigadores están alegres
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Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo sería la primera investigadora en dirigir el país, pero sus críticos temen que sea tan hostil a la ciencia como su predecesor ..read more
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Questionable firms tempt young doctors with ‘easy’ publications
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Foreign trainees seeking U.S. medical residencies pay hefty sums to build research resumes ..read more
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An inflamed brain can trigger psychosis. The search is on for patients who might be cured
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The discovery of rogue antibodies behind paranoia, hallucinations, and other symptoms could bring a “paradigm shift” to psychiatry ..read more
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The science of loneliness, making one of organic chemistry’s oldest reactions safer, and a new book series
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Sarah Crespi, Kelly Servick, Ariana Remmel, Valerie Thompson, Angela Saini The science of loneliness, making one of organic chemistry’s oldest reactions safer, and a new book series ..read more
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Ritual murders in the neolithic, why 2023 was so hot, and virus and bacteria battle in the gut
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Sarah Crespi, Paul Voosen, Andrew Curry Ritual murders in the neolithic, why 2023 was so hot, and virus and bacteria battle in the gut ..read more
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Improving earthquake risk maps, and the world’s oldest ice
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Improving earthquake risk maps, and the world’s oldest ice ..read more
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A muon collider could revolutionize particle physics—if it can be built
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The radical new machine might be built faster and cost less than an equivalent conventional atom smasher, boosters say ..read more
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Was Lucy the mother of us all? Fifty years after discovery, famed skeleton has rivals
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Iconic 3.2-million-year-old fossil is now part of an extended family of human ancestors ..read more
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